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UCR shuts down

University of California, Riverside is officially closed to everything but critical operations. The campus shut down Monday, with final exams scheduled to end today, according to a statement on the university’s website. The spring semester, scheduled to begin March 30, will be conducted exclusively online.  All non-essential travel is suspended …

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CSUSB receives bank grants

Cal State San Bernardino has received $75,000 in donations from Wells Fargo. The grants, worth $25,000 each, will be used to help several programs, including  the Veterans Success Center, Coyote First STEP, the Inland Empire Small Business Development Center and the Women’s Business Center, according to a statement on the …

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Victorville Fire Department offers internships

City Firefighters Agree on Contract

Less than one year after it was formed, the Victorville Fire Department is offering internships through Victor Valley College. The department’s Fire Internship Program is open to graduates of Victor Valley College’s Firefighter I Academy, all of whom are being trained to become the next generation of the city’s firefighters, according …

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UC Riverside seeks out graduates, former students

UC Riverside is asking its 120,000 graduates to participate in the school’s first Alumni Roll Call. The month-long project, which began Feb. 1, asks all alumni to fill out an online survey that takes several minutes to complete, according to a statement on the school’s website. The Roll Call seeks …

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University accepts grant from San Manuel tribe

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has donated $6 million to the University of Redlands, money that will be used for scholarships and outreach to prospective Native American students in Southern California. The grant will help extend the San Manuel Excellence in Leadership Scholarship Program, which provides financial assistance and …

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Inmates receive college degrees

Norco College has held the first graduation ceremony for its Prison Education Program. The ceremony, held Friday at the medium-security California Rehabilitation in Norco, saw 28 students receive degrees in business administration, psychology and sociology, according to a statement. Six of the students graduated with distinction. Some students will continue …

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